Update: Announcing the iMIS 20 Early Adopter Program
With the anticipation of the launch of iMIS 20, ASI is excited to announce an Early Adopter Program. The Early Adopter Program is voluntary and will allow organizations to download and install the first fully supported version of iMIS 20. In return we are looking for your feedback through the normal process of submitting a support request or enhancement request.
iMIS 20 is a breakthrough Engagement Management System that enables organizations to engage members anytime, anywhere and from any mobile device. In one seamless system it has the potential to combine member/donor management, member self-service, social engagement, online communities and website management. This upgrade is a straightforward upgrade from iMIS 15.
To be considered as a participant in the Early Adopter Program, please submit an SMR to ASI Technical Support at www.advsol.com/techsupport requesting the iMIS 20 Early Adopter Release.
The iMIS Community web site has been created for a number of purposes, including:
- To facilitate collaboration of iMIS projects at a number of levels
- To provide a repository of iMIS knowledge, processes and solutions interesting to the general iMIS community
- To generally improve communications about all kinds aspects of iMIS, but particularly supporting and extending iMIS, as well as the development of new iMIS modules
Customers and other partners may contribute directly in forums or by writing or commenting on articles of a number of different types. This web site manages several "solution repositories" of iMIS enhancements, including add on reports, utilities, and other various type of solutions. Contributors can be iMIS developers and consultants worldwide that wish to share their solutions or generally wish to participate in making iMIS better than ever. iMIS Community carries a number or repositories and projects of interest to iMIS consultants, developers, IT staff, and partners with a technical background.
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